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Now displaying: February, 2016
Feb 27, 2016

To round up our Informal Cannibal February, we take a look at one of the most controversial films ever, Ruggero Deodato's 1980 cult classic Cannibal Holocaust. Notorious for its shocking imagery and real life animal killings, this video nasty has come out the other end of being banned to become, well, a really good film. Meta and thought provoking while being equally deplorable, we discuss the fascinating story behind Cannibal Holocaust. Stars Robert Kerman, Carl Gabriel Yorke and Francesca Ciardi.

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Feb 23, 2016

The Western trend continues into February with S. Craig Zahler's directorial debut Bone Tomahawk. Starring Kurt Russell as the town sheriff, along with Patrick Wilson, Matthew Fox and Richard Jenkins, Bone Tomahawk has these guys traverse the desert to rescue Wilson's wife, Lili Simmons, from cave dwelling cannibals. Despite its promising premise, something just seems to falter in this film, something we can't discuss without SPOILERS, so check out our podcast review and ask yourself, how long will it be until cannibals join the "sexy monsters" trend?

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Feb 20, 2016

This low budget debut from Stephen Fingleton is a brooding take on the much romanticised post-apocalyptic future, except this future is lonely and primitive. Staring Martin McCann, Mia Goth and Olwen Fouere, The Survivalist is a thought provoking drama, and in our review we discuss what works, what doesn't, and whether the apocalypse is really worth looking forward too.

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Feb 16, 2016

The movie fans were so excited for has finally come out, The Merc with a Mouth has finally made his big screen come back, with Ryan Reynolds playing our titular anti-hero. We discuss the violence, sex, and swearing, plus all the 4th-wall breaking and the directorial stylings of Tim Miller in his big screen debut. In our spoiler filled podcast, we ask if maybe Deadpool is most enjoyable comic book film ever? Listen to our podcast review to find out.

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Feb 9, 2016

Ben Stiller is back as the really, really, ridiculously good looking Derek Zoolander, but he has fallen on hard times since his last outing in 2001. With his School for Kids Who Can't Read Good collapsing and killing his wife, plus his son being taken away, Derek has become a recluse. However, when an opportunity to make a fashion come back, as well as see his son again, comes into reach, Derek finds himself traveling to Rome. With the previous stars of the last film, Owen Wilson and Will Ferrell, returning, as well as new cast and cameo's including Penelope Cruz, Kristen Wiig, Justin Beiber and Neil deGrasse Tyson, Zoolander 2 is a silly and laugh out loud comedy. Whose for frozen-choco-latte-gelato??!!

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Feb 2, 2016

Tom McCarthy gives us a subtle and devastating look into the real life crimes committed by the church, of which a small Boston Globe news team broke to the world in the early 2000's. Starring Michael Keatn, Mark Ruffalo and Rachel McAdams among others, Spotlight is supremely acted and written, and stands a very real chance of winner best film at this years Academy Awards. Listen on for our full review.

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